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Iceland winter self drive trip

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4 days / 3 nights. From 650 to 800 Euros per person

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Title: Iceland winter self drive trip

Length : 4 days / 3 nights.
From 650 to 800 Euros per person

A four day stop-over or long weekend in Iceland and you don´t want to stay in Reykjavík?
Well we have the Iceland self drive for you!
This Iceland road trip allows you to see all the attractions of South Iceland allowing you to spend every night in the tranquillity of the countryside. This Iceland travel takes you from the wonders of the Golden Circle; Thingvellir, Geysir and Gullfoss and the awe inspiring scenery of the south coast; Eyjafjallajokull, Myrdalsjokull, Seljalandsfoss, Skogarfoss and Dyrholaey to the geothermal marvels of the Reykjanes Peninsula; Krysuvik with its boiling mud pools and steaming fissures and of course the world renowned Blue Lagoon not to mention the rocky and remote isolation of its wild coastline. Iceland trip as it should be, quiet, beautiful immense, leaving you with a true appreciation of Iceland self drive in just four days of Iceland travel.
This Iceland trip is available in winter but all year around also

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- A Golden Circle tour including the wonders of Gullfoss, Geysir and Thingvellir
- Explore South Iceland´s glaciers and volcanoes, bird cliffs and black sand beaches.
- Visit Blue Lagoon and relax in an outdoor spa
- You set the pace of your Iceland self drive, we show you the way.
- Nature as it is meant to be – Peaceful, quiet and beautiful!
- Natural hot pools and secret springs.
- Iceland trip available all year around!
- Make the most of your trans-Atlantic flight and see Iceland at its best.


Day 1: Keflavik airport – Reykjavik – Golden Circle. 250 km. 4-6hrs
Day 2: Golden Circle – The south coast. 100 km. approx. 4hrs
Day 3: The south coast – the Reykjanes peninsula 150 km approx. 4hrs
Day 4: Reykjanes – Keflavik airport. 20 to 50 km. 1hr.

Friendly Advice:

- Don´t miss the chance to bathe in the warm water of a natural hot spring during this Iceland trip
- In winter, leave the city lights of Reykjavik in order to fully enjoy northern lights.
- Winter in Iceland offers the possibility to partake in many exciting activities such as Dog sledding and snowmobiling, why not add a fun activity to your Iceland Self drive? Just ask us!

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If you have a backpacker’s soul, a small budget, or are travelling to Iceland alone, this may be a good option for you. Hostels are recognized world-wide as friendly places to meet fellow travellers. Iceland’s hostels live up to this reputation on top of also being clean and full of warm welcomes! Whether a quick walk or a fifteen minute bus ride away from downtown (buses free with the Reykjavik City Pass we include in your package), the hostels offer easy access to the city’s main attractions. Reykjavik's hostels all offer breakfasts, linen rental, laundry service, etc.
When hostels have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

Whether they are someone’s actual home or an establishment more like a cosy and simple inn, Reykjavik guesthouses most often offer the best access to downtown. Breakfast is always included and you can opt for a private room with a bathroom or to use a shared bathroom upstairs. This second option is generally less expensive. There are triple and quadruple rooms available if you are travelling to Iceland with friends or family.
When guesthouses have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

Three star hotels are often in the middle of downtown areas. When they are not, they are about ten minutes away by taxi or bus. The accommodations are simple but many offer possible upgrades and triple rooms if travelling as a family. When they have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

Since extravagance and 5 star hotels are hard to come by in Iceland; these are the most deluxe options for your stay. The downtown hotels are comfortable, centrally located and reasonably spacious. They have quality restaurants and excellent efficient service. The hotels located on the outskirts of the downtown area, are more spacious and offer more services such as gyms, spas etc. All the 4 star hotels have possible upgrades, and several suites. Some have triple rooms, if you are on a family holiday. When they have Wi-Fi, it is usually free. Otherwise, many cafes in downtown Reykjavik offer free internet connections.

If you’re travelling to Iceland with your family or in a group of friends, you can rent apartments in Reykjavik by the day or by the week. Although catering is not included, you will have a kitchen area available to prepare your meals. Most of these apartments provide easy access to downtown.

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What's Included:

- 2 nights in the countryside in a double room with or without private bathroom, breakfast included.
- 1 night near the Blue Lagoon in a double room with or without private bathroom, breakfast included.
- Travel documents personalised to your Iceland self drive including a road map and a road book with a detailed day by day itinerary.
- Rental of a two or four wheel drive vehicle for 4 days, unlimited kilometers, VAT, CDW insurance and second driver. Rental days are counted over periods of 24 hours. Fees apply if your flight schedules involve the start of a fifth rental day.
- The entrance to the Blue Lagoon and towel rental included.
- During your Iceland travel, a 24/7 telephone helpline provided by Iceland Like A Local.

What's not Included:

- Your international flight to Iceland
- Meals, drinks and personal expenses.
- International flights in and out of Iceland, airport taxes and travel insurance
- Super CDW insurance and gravel protection (SCDW) including excess liability charges.



In guesthouse or hotel, from October to April:
- In room with private facilities: from 750 to 800 Euros/pers. depending on season and car category
- In room without private facilities: from 650 to 700 Euros/pers. depending on season and car category

Final price varies depending on the number of people, the season and the category of vehicle.

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Day 1: Keflavik – Reykjavik – The Golden Circle. 250 km. 4-6hrs
Arrival at Keflavik international airport where you pick up your rental car and start your Iceland self drive by exploring the oceanic rift as you hike around the national park at Thingvellir before moving onto the geothermal area of Geysir, the grandfather of them all! Its is here where you can see the Strokkur geyser spouting water and steam around 100° C about 20 m in the air.
Next up on your Iceland travel is experiencing the power of the Gullfoss waterfall and the deep ravine it has created over many centuries before heading off to your accommodation for the night to complete your first day of your Iceland trip.
Staying overnight in the Fludir area.

Day 2: The Golden Circle - Vik. 250 km approx. 4hrs
The second day of your Iceland travel takes you to experience the majesty of the infamous Eyjafjallajokull volcanic glacier (A-ja-fjart-la-yo-kilt, that´s the one) and its equally breath-taking cousin – the Katla glacial volcano. Observe the seemingly infinite waterfalls that descend from their mighty summits that contrast with the valleys and black sand beaches as you drive between the Icelandic highlands and the North Atlantic Ocean.
Visit the eye-catching Seljalandsfoss and Skogarfoss waterfalls and then go back in time at the Skogar historical museum to get an insight into Iceland´s past.
Staying overnight in the Vik region.

Day 3: The South Coast – The Reykjanes peninsula 250 km approx. 3-4 hrs
This day of Iceland travel is dedicated to exploring the Reykjanes Peninsula. Say farewell to southern Iceland as you head west to the Reykjanes Peninsula where you will discover a landscape that manifests the raw power of volcanic activity; ancient moss-covered lava fields and their irregular formations dominate this harsh and isolated geothermal peninsula which is the home to the geothermal park at Krysuvik and of course, The world famous Blue Lagoon, essential for any Iceland self drive or indeed, any Iceland trip.

Day 4: Reykjanes – Keflavik. 50 to 100 km approx. 1-2hrs
Your last day in Iceland and it´s time to return your rental car at the Keflavik International airport in time for your flight home. Depending on your flight time, you can either drive directly to the airport or check out more of the Reykjanes region and there is always time for a dip in the soothing waters of the Blue Lagoon to relax before your flight.(see day 1).

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